Associate Dean for IT & Digital Library Services
University of Utah
Interim Associate Dean, University Libraries; Associate Professor and Humanities Librarian
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Zheng (John) Wang
Associate University Librarian, Digital Access, Resources, and Information Technology; Interim Director, Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship
University of Notre Dame
Adoption of machine learning (ML) in cultural heritage organizations and research libraries is broadening, and will only continue to grow, be it for gaining internal efficiencies via automating collections processing or enhancing access and discovery experiences for users. Over the last several years, each of our teams has been exploring a range of practical and theoretical questions related to the intersection of machine learning and libraries. In this presentation, project leaders will discuss their efforts and outline opportunities and complexities in using machine learning in research libraries.